Registered Nurse

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Looking for a part-time Registered Nurse in Te Kauwhata, NZ with aged care experience to join ABC team. Dedicated and compassionate nurses wanted to redefine the aging experience in a beautiful facility.

Job title
Registered Nurse
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Te Kauwhata, Waikato
Healthcare & Medical
Full time


$34 – $46 per hour

Registered Nurse – Permanent Part Time (minimum 24 hours)

Location: Te Kauwhata (North Waikato/South of Auckland)

We are actively seeking compassionate and dedicated NZ Registered Nurses who already have minimum two years aged care experience, and want to become integral members of our team at ABC, a beautiful facility nestled in rural Te Kauwhata. Embracing the philosophy of living well, we take pride in enhancing the lives and well-being of our residents, redefining the aging experience.

ABC is distinguished by its strong emphasis on family and community, fostering an environment where each day brings new challenges and opportunities to make a positive impact on the lives of those under our care.

Key Requirements:

Legal entitlement to work in New Zealand and have a Valid Work visa or NZ Residency.
A current Annual practicing certificate (NZ-APC)
Must have minimum 2 years of nursing experience in aged care in New Zealand
Preceptor experience
Flexibility & Reliability
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Computer skills
Mature attitude and passion for the aged-care industry
Ability to work collaboratively within a team and independently.
Double & booster vaccinated against Covid-19

We Offer:

Fun, friendly, and supportive team environment
Competitive pay rates ($34-$46 depending on experience & skill level)
Night & weekend allowances
Support for new grad CAP nurses
Ongoing training and development opportunities
Accredited employer
Part-time, and casual positions available

Key Responsibilities:

As a registered nurse at ABC, your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Conducting InterRai assessments within 21 days of admission, followed by regular assessments.
Collaborating with CNM, staff, and residents/next of kin to develop comprehensive care plans addressing personal, health, and rehabilitation needs.
Overseeing medication administration for safety and advising on medication care, ensuring staff competence.
Providing and supervising resident care, ensuring efficient and therapeutically effective nursing.
Ensuring smooth operations of all services and care within the home, including meal quality and cleanliness.
Welcoming and settling in new admissions, handling necessary documentation.
Accompanying the GP during rounds, reviewing and signing off medication charts regularly.
Keeping next of kin informed of changes resulting from GP visits.
Maintaining clinical records, starting and updating nursing care plans, and ensuring staff adherence.
Developing, documenting, and evaluating initial care plans with input from residents and their families.
Communicating with the multidisciplinary team for input into care plans.
Ensuring care plans consider residents' life experiences, choices, and holistic needs.
Demonstrating literacy and computer skills for entry, storage, and retrieval of clinical information.
Attending regular in-service education sessions and staff meetings for professional development.
Efficient and safe usage of supplies and equipment, including orientation of new staff.
Participating in quality improvement activities to monitor and enhance nursing standards.
Notify the doctor of any new admissions and organise the new resident to be seen within 48 hours of admission.
Communicating with relatives and documenting changes or updates in care plans and incidents.
Providing residents with an adequate explanation of proposed treatment options.
Practicing nursing in accordance with professional, ethical, cultural, and legislative requirements.
Recognizing the impact of nursing culture on resident well-being and respecting individual identities and beliefs.
Taking accountability for directing, monitoring, and evaluating nursing care provided by other staff.
Promoting an environment that ensures resident safety, independence, quality of life, and health.
Identifying and reporting situations affecting resident and staff health or safety, following up on outcomes.
Knowing how to access and use emergency equipment and supplies.
Using knowledge of challenging behaviour skills to achieve optimal outcomes.
Fulfilling responsibilities outlined in the ARC contract with the DHB.
Responsible for medication reconciliation.
Provide preceptorship to new IQNs, doing CAP course.

Join us in making a meaningful difference in the lives of our residents at ABC!

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